If you’ve left it to the last minute to organise Mother’s Day breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea, stop panicking and start reading.
Our guide to Canberra cafes and restaurants offering special Mother’s Day menus is certainly not exhaustive, so let us know what we’ve missed in the comments below.
QT Canberra is hosting its take on traditional high tea at the exclusive QT Lounge from 2pm to 5pm on Sunday. It costs $69 per person and includes a high tea served with tea, espresso coffee and a glass of Champagne Perrier Jouet.
Walt & Burley on the Kingston Foreshore is open for breakfast, as well as offering a set Mother’s Day lunch/dinner menu for $40 per person, with a complimentary glass of MUMM for Mum and a small gift.
The Southern Cross Club in Jamison is hosting a Mother’s Day buffet breakfast from 9am on Sunday.
The Deck at Regatta Point is hosting Mother’s Day breakfast and lunch, with a complimentary glass of sparkling for Mum on arrival. The breakfast grazing menu is $45 per adult/$20 per child, while the lunch grazing menu is $85 per adult/$35 per child. Bookings are essential.
The Museum Café at the National Museum of Australia is taking bookings for brunch and lunch from 9am to 2.30pm. Enjoy stunning lakeside views, free parking and a menu from Broadbean Catering.
Pod Food at Pialligo is hosting Mother’s Day breakfast ($35 per person), brunch ($50 per person) and lunch ($100 per person).
Canberra’s four Labor Clubs are hosting Mother’s Day luncheons, starting at $28.50 per person.
Hotel Realm is hosting a Mother’s Day seafood buffet from 12pm to 3pm. It’s $95 per adult (includes a glass of sparkling on arrival), $45 for children aged five to fourteen and free for children under five.
Rydges Capital Hill is hosting a Mother’s Day high tea, which includes a glass of champagne on arrival and a three-tier stand full of delicious treats.
Show your appreciation this Mother’s Day by treating your Mum to an iconic afternoon tea buffet at the Hyatt’s Tea Lounge, $65 per guest.
As usual, let us know what we’ve missed in the comments below. And if you’re still stuck for Mother’s Day ideas, Emily Morris has some pretty good suggestions in this post from the archives.